Thursday, May 05, 2011

Check It (5/5/11): Has-Lo, MegaEarth65ive, Chuuwee, D. Julien, Mad Flows and Wombaticus Rex

I receive my fair share of loose tracks every week via email. The ones that aren't deleted, find their way onto either Hip-Hop Breakfast or The Mad Bloggers Show or my tumblr page. And every so often, I share those tracks here. Here are a few tracks from the inbox (and a few I've bumped into on the Internets). Today's offering comes from Has-Lo, MegaEarth65ive, Chuuwee, D. Julien, Mad Flows and Wombaticus Rex. Enjoy the music. And if you dig, support the artist.

Has-Lo's In Case I Don't Make It is a pretty fresh project. "Forgotten Styles" is his final single off the project.  This jawn is dope. You can expect a few videos coming soon from the Philly emcee/producer, so be on the look out for those but in the meantime enjoy this track.

The folks over at Uncommon Records linked up with Isolated Wax to bring you the very political driven cut from MegaEarth65ive (Agartha Audio and Passive 65ive) featuring Adam Warlock. The press release reads, "the track breaks down some of the history behind the current actions by the US & NATO in Libya and the roots and lineage of an endless cycle of wars in the Middle East and Asia." Like I said, very political. Enjoy.

The Sacramento homie Chuuwee offers up a new cut from the upcoming project with Lee Bannon, Fever Hunt, due out this fall. Enjoy "It Was Great Here" in the meantime.

I've seen D. Julien's name floating around here and there and peeped a few of his features. Yesterday he hit me with his Clyde Strokes produced track "World." While it won't be on his Ready for Tomorrow project (which drops on May 31), it's a pretty solid cut. Enjoy.

Another one of Sacramento's finest, Mad Flows, offers up the title cut, "Classick", from his upcoming project. With production from Lee Bannon, this is definitely a dope track. Look out for Classick dropping soon. I'm looking forward to it too.

I could write an intro to this Wombaticus Rex track but the homie Humpasaur Jones explains it much better. "So this here is an old track that got stuck in the backwoods of Vermont for years. Back when I was a genuine hick rapper doing shows and growing weed up by the Canadian border, I was part of a group called Wombaticus Rex." Yeah, hilarious. Wombaticus Rex are doing a reunion tour throughout the whole month of May. Enjoy this track because I definitely do. Chea!

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